The Kenya visa cost depends on the desired visa type. There are visas for holidays, business trips, (volunteer) work and transfers. Through this website, the tourist and business visa can be applied for.
Kenya tourist visa cost
The Kenya visa cost for holidays is €74,95 per person. This price includes consular costs, applications costs and VAT. This total amount can be paid for in pounds. No transaction costs are billed either, regardless of the chosen payment method.
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Kenya business visa cost
The business visa has the same price as the tourist visa (€74,95 per person). This is likewise the total price, and no additional costs will be charged. Keep in mind that this visa is meant only for business trips. It is not permitted to enter into service with an employer located in Kenya.
Free of cost for children
Children up to and including 15 years of age that are traveling to Kenya with their parents don’t need a visa. However, they do need to possess a passport for which certain requirements apply. Families going to Kenya on a holiday save considerable costs as no visa application needs to be submitted for their children that are 15 years of age or younger.
Cost of urgent application
Travelers that urgently need the Kenya visa can submit an urgent application. These are processed faster. The extra costs of an urgent application are €17,50 per traveler. On average, these are granted within four workdays. Regardless, no guarantee can be given regarding the delivery time, even when urgent. It is strongly discouraged to submit an application for the Kenya visa at the last moment. Submit your application preferably weeks before departure, so no urgent application is necessary.
Pay for the cost safely and quickly
By ordering the visa through this website, you can choose from a variety of payment options, including Visa, MasterCard, American Express or PayPal. Regardless of the chosen payment method, no additional costs are charged other than the prices mentioned on this website.
Save costs in Kenya
Kenya uses the Kenyan Shilling (KES) for payments. The cheapest way to pay in Kenya is by debit card. The exchange rate surcharges and transactions costs for debit cards are generally lower than when using a credit card. However, it isn’t always possible to pin in Kenya with a Maestro card. Preferably bring a credit card as well. Always make sure to have sufficient cash money in the local currency, it can be difficult to find an ATM in Kenya in certain locations.